|Author:||Poppylena (Authenticated as poppylena)|
|Date:||August 14, 2008 at 12:42:18 AM|
|Reply to:||not what i'd call "traditional" by aquamarina|
I found it on a list of 'The Most Usual Christian Names of Men and Women' in the back of a English dictionary from 1796 so Gertrude was used before the 19th century here.
Plus, the entry for Gertrude in this database says it was introduced into England in the 15th century and Shakespeare used it.
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Charles Augustus & Isabel Primrose
I bites the heads of little flowers.
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